Letting Go, Letting God
Letting go is painful, but it is the experience of life from the moment the umbilical cord is from our mother's womb, to the day we take leave of this world and all we hold dear. Life can be described as an alternating current between detachment and attachment. This may apply to relationships of family and friends, to work and ambitions, or to hurts and grudges.
The inability to "let go" can stunt our growth as people. Life is made up of seasons and phases which need to be left behind if we are to seize the opportunities of the new horizon. It is the essential skill of dealing with any transition. Good endings are essential if we are to make new beginnings - and in between we live with the uncertainties of the "neutral zone".